European stakeholders’ expectations: Low Interest technical topics.
|18||Facilitating the development of large-scale multinational epidemiological studies by proposing guidelines to help European countries to implement at the national level European regulatory requirements on ethics (including compliance with GDPR directive).|
|19||Development of personalised protocols that factor in individual patient radiation sensitivity (e.g., via biomarkers of radiation sensitivity).|
|20||Exploring of the potential of patient-specific radiobiology tests to assess individual radio-sensitivity, in order to personalise treatment protocols.|
|21||Protocols to set up optimised imaging systems for quantitative imaging of I-131 irrespective of camera make or model.|
|22||Outlining a plan for a large-scale and multi-site epidemiological study to evaluate the effects of low absorbed doses of radiation as a result of nuclear medicine imaging procedures in a population with an expected normal life expectancy.|
|23||Consideration of individual bio-kinetics in patients with residual thyroid tissue or adjuvant disease, rather than reliance on models and values established for a healthy population.|
|24||Reinforcing regulations (e.g., by extending the scope of Diagnostic Reference Levels (DRLs) at the European level), and regulatory oversight (e.g., radiation protection experts, inspections).|
|25||Web/smartphone application for adverse effects.|
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